Jeff Roud begins his fourth year as the head women’s golf coach in 2015. Roud guided the Titans to a second-place finish in the 2014-15 PAC Championships. He has coached 10 All-PAC honorees, including First Team selections Morgan Pierce and Kelsey Phillips.
Roud previously served as a volunteer assistant the last eight years with his wife Debi Roud, who was the pioneer coach of the program and a three-time Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Women’s Golf Coach of the Year.
Roud helped guide Westminster to its third PAC women’s golf crown in 2012 and first since 2005.
Roud has won local and regional ESPN national golf challenges and in 2010 he qualified and competed in a national championship in Las Vegas. He has volunteered at First Tee in Canton, OH and has worked at the Schorsten Memorial Golf Tournament.
A graduate of Mount Union, Roud was three-time all-OAC honoree in track & field and a conference and all-Ohio champion in the 120-meters hurdles. He also placed second in regionals and fifth in nationals and holds the school-record time of 14.2.
Roud earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with minors in English and geology from Mount Union.